Global relations in taxation

What do Global Relations do?


Taxation performs a key function in enabling global development underpinning cross border economic activity as well as domestic resource mobilisation and good financial governance.  The Global Relations tax work in OECD has the primary objective of expanding the global dialogue on relevant issues in order to enable the global development and implementation of standards and best practices that work for all, whether OECD countries, emerging economies or developing countries.


We aim to achieve this by bringing together expertise from partner countries inside and outside the OECD and international organisations in the Global Relations Programme of events, by facilitating input from emerging economies and developing countries to shape the OECD current tax agenda through the Advisory Group for Cooperation with Non-OECD Economies as well as through the Global Fora on Treaties, on Transfer Pricing and on VAT; by promoting domestic resource mobilisation and good financial governance through the Task Force on Tax and Development; and by sharing knowledge through the International Tax Dialogue.

If you want to know more about the transparent Global Relations Programme, are interested in participating, or want to offer your suggestions on our programmes of international tax co-operation, this is your site. We are open to your suggestions so please contact us.


Related Documents